Reading beyond lines through metacognitive strategies.

Este estudio informó sobre una investigación cualitativa que se centró en la lectura proceso de comprensión a través de estrategias metacognitivas, este proceso se ve favorecida. Se llevó a cabo con 34 estudiantes de cuarto ciclo en Manuel del Socorro Rodríguez de la escuela, en Bogotá. Los dos pri...

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Autor Principal: Calderón Pérez, Gloria Marcela
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: 2015-11-06
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Este estudio informó sobre una investigación cualitativa que se centró en la lectura proceso de comprensión a través de estrategias metacognitivas, este proceso se ve favorecida. Se llevó a cabo con 34 estudiantes de cuarto ciclo en Manuel del Socorro Rodríguez de la escuela, en Bogotá. Los dos principales objetivos de este estudio fueron describir el desempeño de comprensión de lectura mediante el uso de estrategias metacognitivas en los estudiantes y para examinar los cambios en su rendimiento.
This study reported on a qualitative research that focused on the reading comprehension process through metacognitive strategies, this process is fostered. It was carried out with 34 students of fourth cycle at Manuel Del Socorro Rodriguez School, in Bogota. The two main aims of this study were to describe the reading comprehension performance through using metacognitive strategies in the students and to examine changes in their performance.
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title Reading beyond lines through metacognitive strategies.
spellingShingle Reading beyond lines through metacognitive strategies.
Calderón Pérez, Gloria Marcela
Lectura
Metacognición
Educación
Metacognition
Reading comprehension
Metacognitive strategies
TESIS - FACULTAD CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN
MAESTRÍA EN DIDÁCTICA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS
EDUCACIÓN
LECTURA - ENSEÑANZA
ENSEÑANZA - MÉTODOS
Metacognición
Comprensión de lectura
Estrategias metacognitivas
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topic Lectura
Metacognición
Educación
Metacognition
Reading comprehension
Metacognitive strategies
TESIS - FACULTAD CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN
MAESTRÍA EN DIDÁCTICA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS
EDUCACIÓN
LECTURA - ENSEÑANZA
ENSEÑANZA - MÉTODOS
Metacognición
Comprensión de lectura
Estrategias metacognitivas
topic_facet Lectura
Metacognición
Educación
Metacognition
Reading comprehension
Metacognitive strategies
TESIS - FACULTAD CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN
MAESTRÍA EN DIDÁCTICA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS
EDUCACIÓN
LECTURA - ENSEÑANZA
ENSEÑANZA - MÉTODOS
Metacognición
Comprensión de lectura
Estrategias metacognitivas
publishDate 2015-11-06
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